lispingly

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adv lispingly with a lisp "she spoke lispingly"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Lispingly With a lisp; in a lisping manner.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • lispingly In a lisping manner; with a lisp.
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Usage

In literature:

He has a lisp when he talks too, and that makes him seem cuter'n ever.
"Torchy" by Sewell Ford
Not one word is lisped about that terrible devil holding his court of beggary and crime in the Points.
"An Outcast" by F. Colburn Adams
I heard the man call some brief order to some one in the shadow, and there was a slight lisp in his voice.
"The Rose of Old St. Louis" by Mary Dillon
For whom that lisp that steals the heart away?
"The Little Clay Cart" by (Attributed To) King Shudraka
Even lisping numbers "come," but mighty numbers are ordained, and inspired.
"On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2)" by John Ruskin
Mothers shall teach thy name to their lisping children.
"Our American Holidays: Lincoln's Birthday" by Various
What your illustrious magian has taught you, any poor, old, broken-down, heart-shrunken dandy might have lisped.
"The Confidence-Man" by Herman Melville
Now they heard only the lisping of water.
"The Secret Wireless" by Lewis E. Theiss
He took precociously to rhyming: like Pope, he lisped in numbers, for the numbers came.
"The Book-Hunter" by John Hill Burton
But the baby was lisping something in German.
"Little Miss Grouch" by Samuel Hopkins Adams
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In poetry:

And yet when Freedom's lispings o'er it stole,
Soft as the breath of undefiled morn,
A wand'ring accent from its strings would stroll — Thus was our Simpson, man of song and soul,
And stalwart energies, to bless us born.
"The Lute Of Afric's Tribe" by Albery Allson Whitman
And looking there, I marveled as I saw a mimic stage
Alive with little actors of a very tender age;
And some so very tiny that they tottered as they walked,
And lisped and purled and gurgled like the brooklets, when they
talked.
"Das Krist Kindel" by James Whitcomb Riley
It it well for the sinner that souls endure?
For the sinless soul is it well?
Does the pure child lisp to the angels pure?
And where does the strong man dwell,
If the sad assurance of priests be sure,
Or the tale that our preachers tell?
"The Road to Avernus, Scene XI 'Ten Paces Off'" by Adam Lindsay Gordon
Is it well for the sinner that souls endure?
For the sinless soul is it well?
Does the pure child lisp to the angels pure?
And where does the strong man dwell,
If the sad assurance of priests be sure,
Or the tale that our preachers tell?
"Fragmentary Scenes From The Road To Avernus" by Adam Lindsay Gordon
That voice can quiet passion's mood,
And from the wise and from the good
It breathes of immortality!
There is a lisp, there is an eye,
Where most I love to see it shine, To hear it speak, to feel it sigh—
My mother! need I say, 'tis thine!
"The Voice of Praise" by Mary Russell Mitford
Prattling, the river lisps of love and of repose--
And in the distance shimmers, faintly dies;
A flower, secret listening as its message flows,
A roguish kiss of gratitude in fragrance blows,
While beckoning stars smile from the silent skies.
"The Old Grey House" by Semen Yakovlevich Nadson

In news:

In Part 1 of a series, Harry offers some basic advice about error handling for Visual LISP and VBA programming.
Then, he was the kid with a lisp who got picked on at school for wearing his sister's pink Pumas.
Using Cisco's OTV and LISP to Improve Application Availability.
LISPs power in manipulating complex lists of lists has also made it the tool of choice for developing symbolic reasoning systems such as OPS5 and PROLOG (both of which have many commercial and public-domain implementations).
LISP has potential to handle Web-facing applications using fewer lines of code, and with acceptable memory use and execution speed.
LISP Deserves a Fresh Look.
Actors need my lisp .
More prehistoric hijinks from Manny the mammoth, Diego the saber-tooth and Sid, the lisping sloth PG.
John McCarthy, the inventor of programming language Lisp and a pioneer in " artificial intelligence " technology, died Monday night.
A utoCAD's Visual LISP feature offers the ability to return the text stored in a TXT file when packaged in a VLX application.
In the 1950s the key innovations were programming languages such as Fortran and Lisp.
With his distinctive lisping style, he made his recorded debut in 1994 as a member of the Junior M.A.F.I.A.
This month the Lisp Listener will feature a program written by Dean Ritz of ExperTelligence.
Does your LISP go loopy.
The most popular ones are Visual LISP and VBA ( Visual Basic for Applications).
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In science:

We could say that Loglisp views the clauses as an inductive deflnition of solution sets; the Lisp half operates on lists of solutions from the Logic half.
Logic Programming, Functional Programming, and Inductive Definitions
An example: Parax “DLS” We give here a LISP form of the definition of the structures.
Interlingual Lexical Organisation for Multilingual Lexical Databases in NADIA
I have adopted Mc Carthy’s LISP notation for the conditional definitions .
Noncommutative Martin-Lof randomness : on the concept of a random sequence of qubits
The data structures used by languages like Prolog and especially LISP are very similar in concept to n-ary trees.
Performance Comparison of Function Evaluation Methods
In computer algebra calculations, expressions tend to inflate before they simplify. 3 This intermediate expression growth dictates garbage collection, a standard feature of LISP and C but not of FORTRAN.
GR 15 Proceedings A5(ii) Computer Methods in GR: Algebraic computing
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